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Future Direction—Open Healthcare Platform 2030 and IoT Healthcare Platform

  • Yoshimasa MasudaEmail author
  • Murlikrishna Viswanathan
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Abstract

This chapter provides our thoughts on future direction and research methodology of “Internet of Things with AIDAF” related research initiative, named “Open Healthcare Platform 2030.” This chapter also shows the assumed case of an AIDAF application for cross-functional healthcare community. Of course, Digital IT systems related to “Internet of Things” should become more significant gradually, therefore, standardized digital platforms for IoT in the level of application and middleware will be desired. In the latter of this chapter, we refer to the challenges in the “Internet of Things” related research initiative, named “Open Healthcare Platform 2030.” Readers’ comments are also intended to help promote discussion in the topic of “Enterprise Architecture in a Digital IT Era” and to encourage the adoption of this Architecture Framework suiting a Digital IT Era from now on.

Keywords

Internet of things AIDAF Digital platform Digital healthcare Value-based healthcare system 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Keio UniversityTokyoJapan
  2. 2.Carnegie Mellon University in AustraliaAdelaideAustralia

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